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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who has seen Cherubin lingering outside Suzanne's door?
(a) the court.
(c) The Count.
2. Why does Suzanne agree to not tell even Figaro of the change in plans?
(a) it will settle the Count's temper.
(b) it will ensure safety.
(c) it will make her marriage take place.
(d) it will give her more freedom.
3. What does the Count propose she do that evening instead of either Suzanne or Cherubin?
(a) go to the garden.
(b) write another letter.
(c) leave for London.
(d) stay in the bedchamber.
4. Which two characters had a child together in years passed who was given up for adoption?
(a) Suzanne and Bartholo.
(b) Marceline and Bartholo.
(c) Bartholo and Suzanne.
(d) Figaro and Marceline.
5. Which character does Suzanne tell Figaro has been banished?
6. Who is Antonio?
(a) the gardener.
(b) the butler.
(c) the handyman.
(d) the cook.
7. What does Suzanne do after she enters the room with the dress in hand, unnoticed by either the Count or the Countess?
(a) she interrupts them.
(b) she hides.
(c) she begins to put on the dress.
(d) she tells the Count to calm down.
8. Why sort of missions does the Count want Figaro to take on?
(a) religious mission.
(b) business missions.
(c) international missions.
(d) diplomatic missions.
9. How does Figaro explain the reason why "he" jumped out of the window?
(a) to avoid a fight.
(b) to avoid the wedding.
(c) to avoid the Count's temper.
(d) to avoid Suzanne.
10. What does Figaro do when he thinks of the Count wanting to woo Suzanne?
(a) Figaro becomes jealous.
(b) Figaro begins plotting.
(c) Figaro disregards the thought and moves on.
(d) Figaro becomes violent.
11. What does the Count blame the arguments between he and the Countess on?
(b) poor timing.
(c) the letter.
(d) bad luck.
12. What does Suzanne urge Cherubin to run and do?
(a) stop the Count and the Countess.
(b) find the key.
(c) tell Figaro what happened.
13. When the women tell Figaro that the Count knows everything, what does Figaro tell the Count to believe?
(a) not a word of it.
(b) Cherubin wrote the letter.
(c) all of it is true.
(d) The Countess is plotting.
14. What action does Suzanne describe as Figaro "being in his element"?
(a) when Figaro professes his love for Suzanne.
(b) when Figaro travels to London with the Count.
(c) when Figaro completes his duties.
(d) when Figaro plans and schemes.
15. What does Figaro suggest the Count formally present Suzanne with as a symbol of his commitment to ending the law?
(a) the wreath of lace.
(b) the wreath of twigs.
(c) the wreath of flowers.
(d) the wreath of ribbons.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Figaro playfully tease Marceline about?
2. After the Count shows the Countess a letter suggesting that she'll be meeting a lover, what is the explanation the Countess gives the Count why she won't be leaving her room all that day?
3. According to Figaro, why is the bedroom perfect?
4. What has Figaro arranged to be delivered to the Count hinting that the Countess is seeing another man?
5. Who does the Count wonder about as Suzanne and the Countess laughingly comment on the way that Figaro cannot stop his manipulations, who does the Count wonder about?
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